Step Two

Everybody’s awakening to this crazy illusion is unique. Mine was not gradual, it was instantaneous. The word “epiphany” came alive for me that day.

In the span of a split second, my understanding of all things around me augmented by an order of magnitude. I felt like a clown at a circus getting fired out of a cannon.

But that was just Step One.

Imagine what Step Two entails.

13 thoughts on “Step Two

  1. Julia says:

    And I have a great imagination! Looking forward to Step Two!
    Hope the play starts tomorrow!

  2. angelicview says:

    This “Right to Work” thing that’s going on here in Michigan really seems to be waking a lot of people up. They are realizing that no matter how much we protest, our government is going to do what ever it wants… whatever suits their interests. I am finding “epiphanies” in that area (political and how our world really works) happening.

    On the spiritual side – nothing so far around here. We were told that by the end of this (whenever that is), everyone will know who they really are. I am excited to see that part. :)

  3. LidaV says:

    Once we find out, can we let each other know…or will we ‘just know’.

  4. LidaV says:

    Thank you. They are my 4 legged therapists. Gretel, Heidi, and Gussy. Worth their little round bodies in gold!

  5. LindaS says:

    Well, I went another direction. When I saw the title, I heard Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Gimme 3 steps, Mister. Give me 3 steps to the door”. That would be the door outta here!

  6. Karma007 says:

    I think for step two, we’re going to need the manual on what’s really going on for our asleep friends and family. I have been to several parties over that last week and a half, and I tried to give simplistic info on what’s to come. The younger nieces understand more than the older ones, so that’s a start.

    • Julia says:

      I think the younger people are much more open to other ideas. The older ones are very entrenched in the old way of thinking, and they have a hard time getting their head around the idea that it’s not what it seems. We grew up with our parents being able to make a good living, and it’s hard to figure out why we can’t do it any more. The young ones have never had the security, so are open.

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